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HUTCHINSON, Kan. - We descended into the belly of the Earth. "It's going to take us just a couple of minutes to go underground. Does anybody have a problem going down in the dark?" our cheerful guide asked. "Yes!" I screamed in my head. But I said...
Martinsville Sewage Treatment Plant overwhelmed by rain; VDH asks residents to avoid use of Smith RiverThe Virginia Department of Health is asking citizens to avoid recreational use of the Smith River near Martinsville because the Martinsville Sewage Treatment Plant has been overwhelmed by recent heavy rains. The specific area is downstream from the...
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My question is why are we so fast to relinquish school sites (LeBard in particular) to be used as developments for homes and school district headquarter monoliths? It's all to appease developers, without thought of what should be the obvious. Am I...
Tags: Ocean View, Environmental Issues
Environmental groups are split over a bill that would give Maryland farmers more certainty about how Chesapeake Bay restoration regulations will affect them. Under the legislation, farmers would be exempted from new regulations for 10 years if they agree...
A total of 66 volunteers of all ages came out recently to plant 450 tree seedlings at Bethel Landfill in Hampton. The seedlings were planted in the buffer strip between the landfill and I-64. They were native evergreens with one exception, selected for...
email@example.comA company that wants to produce solid refuse fuel from household garbage in Berkeley County should be allowed to do so, a West Virginia Public Service Commission administrative law judge has ruled. The recommended decision filed Monday grants a...
It's an environmental nightmare story decades old that may at long last be coming to an end. Tens of millions of old tires dumped in a water-filled pit on the border of Hamden and North Haven. State enforcement actions. Legal dodges and protests....
Delray Beach needs a new mayor, and two men say they're ready for the job. Acting Mayor Tom Carney and former Planing and Zoning Chair Cary Glickstein are vying for the city's highest office in the March 12 election. Both candidates list public...
I am writing in response to The Sun's editorial regarding septic tank limits, "Plowing old ground" (Feb. 15). I have introduced legislation to repeal the Sustainable Growth and Agricultural Preservation Act of 2012, the law requiring counties to adopt a...
The Philadelphia InquirerQuestion: I am redoing my kitchen. I have lovely delft tiles I installed as a backsplash in 1981. I am now moving everything from one side of the room to another and want to reuse the tiles. Do you have any ideas how to do it, and maybe even a reference...
PIERRE, S.D. - Increased oil and gas production in North Dakota means increased waste materials, and North Dakota is proposing that those materials be brought to South Dakota for disposal. Thursday the House Ag and Natural Resources Committee heard...
SEATTLE — An aging tank of high-level radioactive waste is leaking at the Hanford nuclear site in south-central Washington state at the rate of up to 300 gallons a year, federal authorities disclosed Friday after discovering a dip in the volume of...
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